Dog Decoder Affiliates
Doggie Drawings by artist extraordinaire, Lili Chin has many infographics on dog training and behavior authored by some fantastic trainers and veterinarians worldwide. Check it out. She is also the illustrator for the Dog Decoder Smartphone App.
The Dog Welfare Alliance is a non-profit organisation that connects all those who have an interest in dog behavior and welfare. Your membership subscriptions and donations are passed on in full to rescue shelters, so that they can save dogs in urgent need. The DWA helps rescues to fund veterinary care, education programs and dog sanctuaries.
American College of Veterinary Behaviorists mission is to advance the behavioral health of animals through the certification of veterinary behavior specialists and the provision of science-based education.
Mighty Dog Graphics: Denise O’Moore, illustrator the great; responsible for anything animal wise, for education, posters, logo design, etc. Mighty Dog Graphics does many of the graphics for the posters I do on Facebook and articles that I write in Dogster Magazine. She’s awesome and very fun to work with.
Shewhisperer Dog Training: That’s me! I work with all dogs and all problems yet specializes in Service and Therapy Dogs. I’ve been training for almost 40 years and where I glean my experience to author the Dog Decoder app about dog body language.
Family Paws Parent Education is a must for all trainers who want to learn more about helping families be safe with their dogs and children. You can get certified to teach and your clients will be glad that they hired you.
The Family Dog has a wonderful and fun program for families with children and dogs, teaching you how to be safe and kids love their videos.
Doggone Crazy is a company dedicated to preventing dog bites to children through education. The Doggone Crazy board game is one of the products that helps to teach kids and families about dog body language and how to act safely around dogs.
The Dog Gurus has programs for doggie day care centers to learn how to read dogs and get certified which means your dog is safe. They teach body language to the staff and the average person who wants to learn more about dogs and how they communicate.
Whole Dog Journal is one of the best magazines about dogs you’ll ever want to read. They dig deep into alternatives, training, body language, health issues and more. Check it out.
Speaking For Spot blog is written by Nancy Kay DVM author of the national bestseller book SPEAKING FOR SPOT. If you have a dog or know someone who does, this is a must for ALL dog owners. You can find the book on Amazon as well as her other fantastic book YOUR DOGS BEST HEALTH. Both books are a wealth of information about your dogs health and tips to keep them healthy.
IAABC: International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants is a professional association for the field of animal behavior consulting. The association represents the professional interests of behavior consultants throughout the world.
Dr. Sophia Yin was a pioneer in her work with Low Stress Handling for Vet hospitals and their staff. There is a ton of information on her website now. We lost a wonderful person in the dog community when she passed away but her work continues on with her dedicated staff with Cattle Dog Publishing.
Laura Nativo is a tv personality, aptly known as The Fairy Dogmother!
Decoding Your Dog is a wonderful jam packed book about how dogs communicate. Authored by Debra Horwitz, John Ciribassi DVM and Steve Dale.
Ewegurt is a super food treat made from sheep milk. Who knew that it has so many benefits and really helps with dogs who have anxiety as well as many other issues, allergies, ear problems, etc. Ewegurt also has a shampoo bar. There is nothing like snuggling with your fur baby after a bath with Ewegurt’s sheep milk yogurt based shampoo soap bar. This gentle refreshing scented shampoo cleans your fur kid with all natural ingredients, including coconut oil and pure olive oil. Check it out. You’ll be glad you did.
The Midnight Walkers is a very informative book about living with reactive and aggressive dogs. A must read for all trainers and/or owners of these kinds of dogs.
Marc Bekoff is professor emeritus of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and is a Fellow of the Animal Behavior Society and a past Guggenheim Fellow. He’s my hero. If you want to learn about dogs, read many of his informative books.
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